Pakistan – India Confrontation over Pulwama Suicidal Attack

By Zaheerul Hassan Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan denied any role in Pulwama attack while addressing the nation through media on 19 February 2019. He stated that it would take action against the perpetrators of the terror attack if India shares actionable proof about any wrongdoing, but warned against any retaliatory action on his country. Aftermath, Indian political leadership headed by Prime Minister ...

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Time to unleash long arm of ISI

Asif Haroon Raja After the occupation of Afghanistan by Soviet forces in December 1979, Pakistan under Gen Ziaul Haq decided to support the Afghan Mujahideen resistance movement and to provide refuge to about 5 million Afghan refugees. The US came forward to assist Pakistan in June 1981 after making a calculated assessment that Pakistan had the resolve and competence to fight the proxy war. Pakistan was war ...

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Memory of the Samjhota Express Tragedy

By Sajjad Shaukat On the midnight of 18-19 February 2007, India-Pakistan Samjhota Express train was bombed in which 68 Pakistani nationals were killed. A Hindu extremist leader Swami Aseemanand, a leader of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has confessed that he was involved in several bombings incidents. He also claimed to have been a part of the incident. In fact, ideology of Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) ...

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India’s Economic Warfare against Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat As part of the continued propaganda campaign, Indian media leaves no stone unturned in targeting Pakistan. India’s economic warfare against Pakistan, which needs an appropriate analysis, is also part to this malicious campaign. In this regard, under the caption, “Economy in Shambles but Pakistan wants to increase the defence budget”, Indian Zee News reported in an ambiguous style on Februa ...

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Indian Spy Kulbhustan’s Case

By Sajjad Shaukat Pakistans’ lawyer Khawar Qureshi is dealing with the case of Indian Spy Kulbhushan Yadhav in the Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ). ICJ has fixed February 18, 2019-the date for hearing of his case. Being a terrorist, Kulbhushan’s case does not fall under Vienna Convention that is why, counselor access was not granted to him and his fair trial was done under the military cour ...

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Maqbool Bhat: The Pioneer of the Kashmir’s Struggle

By Sajjad Shaukat In order to pay homage to the pioneer of the Kashmir’s struggle, the 11th of February is being celebrated as the martyrdom anniversary of Maqbool Bhat who was hanged by the then Indian regime on February 11, 1984 in Tihar Jail as the reprisal expressed by New Delhi. He was hanged to take the revenge of the killing of an Indian Diplomat by some unknown organization claiming to be Kashmiri. ...

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Afzal Guru’s Martyrdom Keeps the Kashmir’s Struggle Alive

By Sajjad Shaukat Every year, the martyrdom anniversary of Muhammad Afzal Guru is being celebrated on the 9th of February to pay homage to him, as India secretly hanged him and buried inside the Tihar jail complex on February 9, 2013. His martyrdom resulted into protests in Kashmir and widespread condemnations from various political and human rights organisations. Afzal Guru was convicted in 2001 Parliament ...

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Brexit and its fallout effects

By Asif Haroon Raja On June 23, 2016, the majority of the British citizens voted in favor of Brexit believing that migrants are eating away British workers’ jobs; an argument made by pro-Brexiters during the Brexit referendum campaign. Since then, UK has witnessed a significant decline in migrants entering the country. According to a report submitted by the British Office for National Statistics (ONS), net ...

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